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822.08 H    
      Restoration plays. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1953
      An anthology of English drama before Shakespeare ... GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1952
jC 822.08 J : Jarvis, Sally Melcher.     
      Fried onions & marshmallows : and other little plays for little people / Sally M. Jarvis. Illus: Fran GDL Central Library Children's Non-fiction:Available   Book 1968
822.08 L    
      The range of literature: drama / Robert Lambert GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1969
      Landmarks of modern British drama / with introductions by Roger Cornish and Violet Ketels. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book c1985
822.08 M    
      British plays from the restoration to 1820. Edited, with introductions and bibliographies, by Montros GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1929
      Plays of the restoration and eighteenth century as they were acted at the theatres-royal by Their Maj GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1931
      English plays, 1660-1820, by A. E. Morgan. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1935
      Medieval mystery plays / Abraham and Isaac, Noah's flood, The second shepherd's play; morality plays: GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1962
822.08 NEW      
      The New theatre of Europe : five contemporary plays from the European stage; including A man for all GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1970
j 822.08 PLA      
      Plays to remember / [compiled by] Henry B. Maloney. GDL Pacific Park Library Children's Non-fiction:Available   Book 1967
822.08 R    
      Restoration plays / Introduction by Sir Edmund Gosse. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1974
      Best mystery and suspense plays of the modern theatre., Edited with an introductory note and prefaces GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1971
      The Tony winners : a collection of ten exceptional plays, winners of the Tony Award for the most dist GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1977
      The Tony winners : a collection of ten exceptional plays, winners of the Tony Award for the most dist GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1977
822.08 R 1972 : Rowell, George     
      Nineteenth century plays. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1972
822.08 S    
      All the world's a stage; modern plays for young people, edited by Lowell Swortzell. Decorations by Ho GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1972
      Three Jacobean tragedies / edited with an introduction by Gāmini Salgādo. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1969
822.08 SEL 1876 v.15      
      A select collection of old English plays. Vol.15. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1876
822.08 T : Trewin, J. C.     
      The Six wives of Henry VIII, edited by J. C. Trewin. GDL Chevy Chase Library Non-Fiction:DUE 09-30-20   Book 1972
822.09    
      The growth and structure of Elizabethan comedy. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1956
      English comedy. PAS La Pintoresca Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1965
      A short history of English drama [by] Sir Ifor Evans. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1965
      Elizabethan theatre. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1967
      Themes and conventions of Elizabethan tragedy PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1964
822.09 B : Bradbrook, M. C.     
      The growth and structure of Elizabethan comedy. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1956
822.09 CON 1993      
      Contemporary dramatists. GDL Central Library Reference:Available   Book 1993
822.09 F : Fitz-Simon, Christopher.     
      The Irish theatre / Christopher Fitz-Simon. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1983
822.09 H : Hughes, Leo,     
      A century of English farce. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1956
822.09 R    
      The Revels history of drama in English / general editors, Clifford Leech & T. W. Craik. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1900
      The Revels history of drama in English / general editors, Clifford Leech & T. W. Craik. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1900
822.09 SCH 1935 : Schelling, Felix Emmanuel,     
      Elizabethan drama, 1558-1642 : a history of the drama in England from the accession of Queen Elizabet GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1959
822.09 W : Weygandt, Cornelius,     
      Irish plays and playwrights, by Cornelius Weygandt ... GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1913
822.1 : McCall, Marsh H.     
      Aeschylus : a collection of critical essays / edited by Marsh H. McCall, Jr. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Staff Reported Missing   Book 1972
822.3 : Jardine, Lisa.     
      Still harping on daughters : women and drama in the Age of Shakespeare / Lisa Jardine. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1983
822.3 DOC      
      Doctor Faustus [videorecording] / a Shakespeare's Globe Production ; directed by Matthew Dunster ; co PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction:Available   DVD/Video 2013
822.3 FLE 1997 : Fletcher, John,     
      The two noble kinsmen / John Fletcher and William Shakespeare; edited by Lois Potter. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1997
822.3 JON : Jonson, Ben,     
      Volpone / Ben Jonson ; introduced by Colin Counsell. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1995
822.3 MAR    
      The Jew of Malta / by Chistopher Marlowe ; edited and introduced by Peter J. Smith. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1994
      The malcontent / John Marston ; edited by M. L. Wine. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1964
822.3 MARLOWE,C DOC : Gaines, Rebecca.     
      Doctor Faustus : Christopher Marlowe / [writers, Rebecca Gaines, Ross Douthat]. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 2002
822.3 MARLOWE,C FIT : Fitzwater, Eva.     
      Doctor Faustus : notes ... / by Eva Fitzwater. PAS Hastings Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1967
822.3 MARLOWE,C RIG : Riggs, David.     
      The world of Christopher Marlowe / David Riggs. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 2005
822.3 MARLOWE,C ROS : Rosner, Jane.     
      Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus / by Jane Rosner. PAS Lamanda Park Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1985
822.3 TOU : Tourneur, Cyril,     
      The revenger's tragedy / Cyril Tourneur ; edited by Lawrence J. Ross. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1966
822.3 WEB    
      The Duchess of Malfi / by John Webster ; introduced by Trevor R. Griffiths. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1996
      The Duchess of Malfi / by John Webster ; introduced by Trevor R. Griffiths. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1996
      The white devil / by John Webster ; with an introduction by Simon Trussler. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1996
822.3 WIL    
      Making make-believe real : politics as theater in Shakespeare's time / Garry Wills. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available, PAS San Rafael Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2014
      Making make-believe real : politics as theater in Shakespeare's time / Garry Wills. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available, PAS San Rafael Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2014
      Making make-believe real : politics as theater in Shakespeare's time / Garry Wills. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available, PAS San Rafael Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2014
822.3 Y : Shakespeare, William,     
      A choice of Shakespeare's verse / selected and with an introduction by Ted Hughes. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2007
822.309 ELI      
      Elizabethan drama / Laura K. Egendorf, book editor. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 2000
822.33    
      Twelfth night, or, What you will. PAS Santa Catalina Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1968
      The tragedies of Shakespeare. PAS Lamanda Park Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book  
      The Troilus-Cressida story from Chaucer to Shakespeare, by Hyder E. Rollins. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1972
      The complete works of William Shakespeare / with copious notes and comments by Henry Norman Hudson, M PAS Santa Catalina Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book
822.33 01 ALL      
      All's well that ends well [videorecording] / by William Shakespeare ; a BBC Television production in GDL Central Library DVD:Available, PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction:Available   DVD/Video 2000
822.33 07 HOL : Shakespeare, William,     
      Love's labor's lost / William Shakespeare ; edited by Peter Holland. PAS Hastings Branch Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
822.33 A ALL : Allen, Ron,     
      Who were Shake-speare? : the ultimate who-dun-it / Ron Allen. PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1998
822.33 A AND : Anderson, Mark,     
      "Shakespeare" by another name : the life of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, the man who was Shakespea GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2005
822.33 A FOW : Fowler, William Plumer.     
      Shakespeare Revealed in Oxford's Letters : The Pre-Armada Letters, 1563-1585, and The Post-Armada Let GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1986
822.33 A FRI : Friedman, William F.     
      The Shakespearean ciphers examined; an analysis of cryptographic systems used as evidence that some a GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1957
822.33 A HOF : Hoffman, Calvin.     
      The murder of the man who was "Shakespeare." PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1955
822.33 A JAM : James, Brenda,     
      The truth will out : unmasking the real Shakespeare / Brenda James and William D. Rubinstein. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2006
822.33 A-Log : Logan, Terence P.     
      The predecessors of Shakespeare, edited by Terence P. Logan and Denzell S. Smith. GDL Central Library Reference:Available   Book 1973
822.33 A LOO : Looney, J. Thomas.     
      "Shakespeare" identified in Edward De Vere, the seventeenth earl of Oxford. Introd. by William McFee; GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1949
822.33 A OCO : O'Connor, Frank,     
      Shakespeare's progress, by Frank O'Connor [pseud.] GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1960
822.33 A SHA : Shapiro, James,     
      Contested Will : who wrote Shakespeare? / James Shapiro. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Allendale Branch Non-Fiction:Available, PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 2010
822.33 A STE : Stewart, Doug,     
      The boy who would be Shakespeare : a tale of forgery and folly / Doug Stewart. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2010
822.33 A WHA : Whalen, Richard F.     
      Shakespeare--who was he? : the Oxford challenge to the Bard of Avon / Richard F. Whalen ; foreword by PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor:Available   Book 1994
822.33 ALL      
      All's well that ends well [videorecording] / by William Shakespeare ; a BBC Television production in GDL Central Library DVD:Available, PAS Central Library DVD, Non-Fiction:Available   DVD/Video 2000
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